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for human remains. which set back the f-b-i's investigation into the speed freak killings. then. a new study on earthquakes. has some scientists. changing the way they look at earthquake faults. we tell you why. >> plus. an intiative to increase the safety on the bay bridge. comes with a hefty price. that's all ahead on kron 4 news at 11. >> pam: more on a developing story. f.b.i crews may be searching a central valley well for a long time -- as they look for human remains. it is all part of the so- called 'speed-freak killers'" case. the two men blamed for a killing rampage in the 1980's and 90's. kron 4's j.r. stone has more. on the problems the f.b.i is facing. >> the fbi has been surging this abandoned well site for four days. they have been surging this the bottom of this was reached they thought that the well site said this. >> he said that it was 50 ft. deep. >> now, it is actually 200 ft. below the surface. that could be a problem if this continues hold true. >> we might only be able to excavate 5 ft. per day. >> this could take 40 days if it is 200 ft.. it is deeper than expected an
the town of linden. now for the first time, fbi technicians are taking over from san joaquin sheriff's deputies, >> i can tell you we have the best doing this excavation. >> pam: at least two dozen forensic specialists. will be working over the next two to three weeks. to excavate a well in a rural section of san joaquin county. they are searching for any traces of potential victims. crews will work from sun up to sun down. as they carefully sift through the layers of dirt. the f-b-i plans to dig about five- feet a day, to insure that little to no damage is done to the potential evidence buried there. this new sight is only a hundred yards away from where crews found more than a thousand bones last year. during a news conference today, f-b-i special agent herb brown explained how the agency would be handling the case. >> we are going to do a careful examination to make sure that all bone fragments are collected carefully. because we may not find all remains the crews will start back up again first thing tomorrow morning. meanwhile. one possible victim of the speed freak killers - is
. as f-b-i investigators continue to dig up another site. for remains of possible victims of the so-called "speed freak killers." we have reaction on the revelation tonight from michaela garecht's mother. >> i do have a sense of relief. that is not micheala reverses' still hope. and- that perhaps there is still hope and i can still go on a living the way i have been for the last 24 years, which is still continue to look for her. ".looking for her" >> pam: garecht was only 9 - years old when she was kidnapped outside a grocery store in hayward back in 1988. meanwhile, the search for victims of the speed freak killers continues in linden. so far no human remains have been found. there is a major setback. the f-b-i says the well is deeper than they originally thought it was. they have yet to reach the bottom of the well. once they get to the bottom then they will start the process of hand sifting through the well to see if there are any human remains. we have seen the end to the rainfall with a spotty shower activity off shore. that will continue to be the case. that snowfall through t
been found in this new dig. the work the f-b-i is doing now is more preliminary they're setting up a 40- foot work area for crews to safely work in. you can see all of the experts there on the ground. they are starting to go through that dirt. crews aren't actually digging into the well. they are digging at the areas around the abandoned well. crews who are out there are going to be hand sifting through the actual well. one that is 5 feet in diameter. this is a 50 foot deep wellsomething that is going to keep them busy for at least two weeks. >> a historic artifact valued at more than 800- thousand dollars was stolen from the oakland museum of california during a break in and burglary on monday. the object stolen -- a gold rush-era quartz and gold box with ornamentation depicting early california. this is the museums second break-in in two months. a reward is being offered for the safe recovery of the artifact. >> jacqueline: of we will crop to dense fog and already reduced visibility. i just to not think we're going to see as much as resell last night. with reduced visibility right now
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